Ways to Donate
You are the reason we can keep providing vital support for people living with Amyloidosis.
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Clarkston, MI 48346
Print a donation form here
Memorial and Honor Donations
Giving in memory is a special way to remember a loved one and can also be a practical and positive way for family and friends to come together at a very difficult time. We extend our deepest sympathy and condolences if you have lost someone close to you. Raising funds in memory of a loved one can provide a little comfort when these donations will benefit other families affected by amyloidosis.
Give a donation as a gift in honor of someone and for any occasion. If there is a friend, family member, or loved one that you would like to acknowledge along with your donation, please let us know. Your gift can be in honor of their birthday; to celebrate an anniversary, wedding or graduation; or just because they are someone special in your life.
At your request, an acknowledgment can be sent to the named person that you designate on your donation form. Print a donation form here.
To order a large number of memorial or honor donation envelopes or if you have questions related to giving in memory or in honor of someone, please call the Amyloidosis Foundation on (248) 922-9610 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Matching Gifts from Your Employer
Many corporations have matching gift programs and will match your donation to an accredited charitable organization. It’s an easy way to double or even triple the impact of your personal contribution to the Amyloidosis Foundation. Ask your employer if they have a matching program in place.
Host an Event
Join our team and host a fundraising event in your area. There are lots of great ways to raise money, from local to large. No matter what you do, funds that are raised will go toward our programs benefiting patients, researchers and doctors. We have a list of great event ideas, or let us know yours.
It’s simple. Please click the links below for easy, detailed guidelines.
Just to get you started, here are some ideas:
- Wine Tasting Fundraising Toolkit
- Pancake Breakfast Fundraising Toolkit
- Bicycle Fundraising Toolkit
- Walk/Run Fundraising Toolkit
- Golf Fundraising Toolkit
If you would like to hold an event or activity to raise funds for the Amyloidosis Foundation, we would love to hear from you. We look forward to helping you with your fundraising efforts.
Contact our fundraising team at (248) 922-9610 or email us at email@example.com.
One of the major hurdles we have to cross is raising awareness of amyloidosis. We are passionate about doing this and our grass roots Awareness Ambassadors play a vital role. Most patients were misdiagnosed several times before getting a correct diagnosis. We provide patients with the tools to go back to these practices and educate the physicians, so it won’t happen again. There are many ways, from local to widespread, to raise awareness of amyloidosis. We provide you with all the information you need to go out into your community and beyond to raise awareness. Contact us if you are interested in becoming an Awareness Ambassador. Our email is firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at (248) 922-9610.
Join Our Forces
Whatever your interest, there is a way to get involved. Your skills and talents can help us make a difference.
As patients and caregivers with a rare disease, we understand the many challenges that you are dealing with. Advocacy involves speaking out on issues that you care about and offering ways to improve upon them. As part of our Action Advocates team, we can guide you on how to advocate for important health issues that affect the amyloidosis community. Whether you are a patient, caregiver, doctor, nurse or friend, your opinion does matter. Advocacy takes place on every level, from local to national. Together we can make our voice heard. Join us and take action. Please contact us via email at email@example.com or call us at (248) 922-9610. Advocacy opportunities include:
• Contacting local city or county government to find ways to promote awareness for amyloidosis.
• Contacting state legislators to make sure they know about amyloidosis.
• Sharing real life stories about living with amyloidosis through local TV, Radio and Newspapers.
• Representing Amyloidosis in Rare Disease Week.
• Using social media networks to highlight amyloidosis.